Review: A Gentleman Says “I Do” by Amelia Grey

A Gentleman Says “I Do” by Amelia Grey
Release Date: May 1, 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Page Count: 352
Source : Review provided by publisher through Netgalley

Burgeoning author Catalina Crisp completes a parody involving twins Iverson and Matson Brentwood’s scandalous arrival in London and publishes it under her father’s name. When the writing hits the town, it’s not long before a darkly handsome man–Lord Iverson Brentwood himself–is at her door, looking for her father with blood in his eyes. Dallying with the dashing rogue seems like the perfect escape…and it should calm him down enough to leave her father alone. But Catalina does the exact opposite–she heats him up like no other woman ever has…

Furious and threatening, Iverson storms into Catalina’s house, demanding satisfaction, but the infamous rake has finally met his match. With her cool demeanor and intense intelligence, Catalina heats his blood like no other woman in his notorious history…


Review: Amelia Grey really won me over as a long time reader with A Gentleman Says “I Do”. This was my first book to read by her and I was just riveted. The characters she created were each so three dimensional I want to have novels for all of them! From the flighty father, to the tipsy aunt, to the front door maid who used to work in a brothel this household is very dynamic and slightly scandalous for Regency England. Normally with secondary’s this engaging they can threaten to take the story away from the protagonists.

They didn’t.

Grey proved her craft is one of organization, talent, and follow through. Iverson and Catalina are a hero heroine you will just fall for. My favorite method of the whole story was learning who Catalina was through Iverson’s eyes. Truly an experience to enjoy.


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